Chief Corona to Texas
Sire Chief Corona to stand at RGV Equine Services.
October 14, 2014
Grade 3 stake sire and Grade 3 placed Chief Corona SI-94 will stand the 2014 season at RGV Equine Services near Edinburg, Texas. His fee has been set at $1,000.
From a limited number of starters in six crops to race Chief Corona has sired 14 winners, 2 stakes winners, 1 stakes-placed with average earnings per starter of $7,245. His top performers include Sam Houston Derby (G3) winner Charmin Chief Corona SI-105 (5 wins to 3, $87,532), Sam Houston Juvenile Invitational winner Chief Coronas Charm SI-97 (4 wins to 3, $23,839), Sam Houston Derby (G3) runner-up Cc Wants It All SI-97 (3 wins to 4, $63,347), etc.
The son of multiple stakes sire Corona Czech won or placed eight times earning nearly $40,000. He was third in the Rainbow Juvenile Invitational (G3) and Texas Twister Stakes. He was also a finalist in the Classic Chevrolet Heartbeat of America Handicap (G3), Live Oak Handicap and Gridiron Gallop Handicap-twice.
Chief Corona is out of the multiple stakes producing Jody O Toole mare Prairie War, dam of 8 ROM winners including Grade 1 winner and world record holder Valiant War Hero SI-109 (3 wins in 3 starts at 2, $127,012 West Texas Futurity-G1), stakes winner and G3 placed Valiant Valor SI-104 (3 wins to 5, 2014, $112,977, Turf Paradise Jackpot Stakes, etc.), stakes winner and G3 finalist Red Hot Zoomer SI-97 (4 wins to 3, $51,235 Dash In A Flash Stakes-NTR 110 yards in :14.594), stakes-placed Lil Barbie SI-96 (4 wins, $23,105), etc.
The second dam is the multiple stakes producing Dash For Cash mare Dashin Cutie SI-102, dam of 8 ROM winners including stakes winner Flyin Cutie Pie and Red Man War SI-96. She is the granddam of Grade 3 winner Okey Dokey Pie SI-114 ($93,488), stakes winner Howdoyalikemsofar SI-106 ($68,662), stakes winner Okies Red Warrior SI-101 ($67,838), and stakes-place Tres Seis Smooches SI-105 ($54,362), etc.
For additional information or breeding contracts call Jesus Talavera or Janessa Muniz at 956-445-7644.
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